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Posted by adgal on 02/06/2005
My husband and I wanted a small, intimate, elegant restaurant to kick off a long weekend together. Annisa fit that bill beautifully. The tranquil and romantic atmosphere was the perfect balm to a hectic week and the staff was professional and friendly. We started our meal with the soup dumplings topped with seared foie gras. The flavors played off each other beautifully and the dumplings literally melted in my mouth. I had the bass for dinner and my husband had the rack of lamb. A reasonably priced wine list allowed us to enjoy a premier cru Burgundy with our dinner..a recommendation made by our waiter. Like everything else at Annisa, the wine was right on target. Top your evening off with one of the fabulous desserts an you are in for a treat! Annisa was not inexpensive..we spend over $200...but it was worth every cent and we will be back. Great job gals!
Posted by big dog/lil dog on 06/06/2004
My boyfriend took me friday night and I was excited the moment I saw the menu posted outside--the service was casual but swift and friendly--the staff is HIGHLY knowledgable about the food, preparations, etc....we had the squash blossoms and and lobster trio to begin--both amazing, though the lobster was my fave....then we had the chicken with truffles and pigs feet--amazing and bold yet homey and he had the bass with artichokes--the artichokes were so well done we didn't even recognize them--a true find and we will CERTAINLY be returning!
Posted by vh_nyc on 05/14/2004
Annisa offers delicate and decadent dishes in a simple, yet elegant setting. As an appetizer, the seared fois gras is a must, and as an entree, try the exquisitely succulent Long Island Pekin duck. Along with your appetite, make sure to bring your checkbook - Annisa is quite pricey!